The new lip line features shades in nude, greiges and reds, and are housed in Lush’s peelable wax casing
Lush has expanded its naked range with the launch of 40 new vegan lipsticks.
The products are said to be blended with skin caring ingredients, which are cruelty-free and are harvested from sustainable sources that directly support women in work and children in education.
Meanwhile, the colours span across nudes, greiges and reds in a variety of tones that are said to compliment all skin tones.
Keeping with the brand’s ethos, each shade is available in a ‘naked’ refillable form or a packaged version in PP plastic, which is widely recycled.
The products are also dipped in peelable wax for customer’s convenience and are designed to fit inside conventional lipstick containers.
Lush’s naked concept has been at the forefront of its initiatives with the opening of new stores across Europe and the launch of an extensive line of colour cosmetics.
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